Senate overrides Lynch veto of "stand-your-ground" bill
The bill was fought by law enforcement at every level. Two Republicans joined Democrats in voting to sustain Lynch's veto, but the GOP held onto the necessary two-thirds majority needed for an override.
The measure is often called a "stand-your-ground" law. The House must also vote to override before SB 88 can become law. That vote could come in October.
Full coverage in Thursday editions of the New Hampshire Union Leader.